Monthly Archives: November 2020

Mona Monkeys

In Ghana, I met up with Mona Monkeys. First, they scampered around my campground, intimidating me as I set up my tent. Second, they posed at a monkey cemetery where gravestones marked specific monkey dead.  Mona Monkeys have the look

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Dancing in the Streets

Among the many colorful and provocative sights in Mexico City, one of my favorites is the colorful dance troupes, depicting Aztec traditional dance. Or as a sceptic mumbled, how do they know the ancient Aztecs danced like that? It’s a

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River Ganges

India.  “The Ganges River flows through Varanasi. It is considered sacred because it holds the karma of ancestors from the ashes of cremated corpses thrown into the river’s waters. I took an early morning taxi to the Ganges River for

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Grave Tales

It seems unthinkable to me that the centuries have been enacted by mostly male humans. I think it more likely that this was the personal or political bias of those creating the history. Even Amazons are nonchalantly debunked by some.

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